My Little Golden Book About Abraham Lincoln
ISBN: 1101939710
EAN13: 9781101939710
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 1, 2016
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 7.5" L x 6.5" W
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

In this simple yet engaging book, preschoolers will be introduced to Abraham Lincoln.

Lyrical text and bright, appealing artwork capture the essence of one of our most popular presidents. Little ones will enjoy key anecdotes about Lincoln, beginning with the young Abe who loved to read. Fun facts at the end--such as Lincoln's declaration of the final Thursday in November to be a day of Thanksgiving--round out this nonfiction book with typical Little Golden Book style and charm.

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   Little golden book
Content is great, colors and illustrations are awesome and information about President Lincoln is easy to understand for children.
   Age Appropriate for Second Grader
I bought this book for my second grader. It has several sentences to a page, instead of a short phrase or sentence, like many will have. It is beautiful and has accurate photos as well. It does not address the assassination, but instead says, Abe died before the United States was fully united in peace.
Lincoln was around for the Civil War, which revolves around slavery... so if you don 't want to point out to your four-year-old the concepts of racial diversity and slavery, perhaps wait for purchasing this book.
   Inaccurate historical references
This book does not actually refer to Lincoln's death, nor does it gloss over the 2 biggest pieces of his presidency ; it is simply inaccurate about the civil war, leading children to believe that Lincoln had no hand in it beginning and only the begging for piece. I Am - Books by Brad Meltzer would be a better choice.